RAF Lossiemouth Tornado crash: Survivor 'back home from hospital'

Airmen (from left) Sqd Ldr Samuel Bailey, Flt Lt Hywel Poole and Flt Lt Adam Sanders Three airmen died in the Tornado collision in July

A pilot who survived when two Tornado jets crashed into the Moray Firth, killing three airmen, is reported to be back home after being discharged from a military hospital.

Sqd Ldr Paul Evans, from RAF Lossiemouth, was an instructor on board one of the two aircraft, which crashed off the Caithness coast.

Two trainee pilots and another instructor died in July.

Sqd Ldr Evans is now reported to have left Headley Court Military Hospital.

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